Jim Green's guide to Pai Gow Poker
Jim Green offers his wisdom on Pai Gaw Poker Written by Jim Green
Like pretty much every casino game, you start by ponying up your wager. If you win you get 1.95 times your bet back. A tie (which happens quite a lot) returns your wager and if you lose the casino keeps your money. The large amount of ties in this game mean you can bet bigger than you would at blackjack (generating more wagering action for the casino and clearing your bonus while still looking like a good customer).
You get seven cards and have to arrange them into a five card and a two card hand.
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